Just say NO to store-bought canned peaches!

These innkeepers want to get fresh with you - just say no to hotel "free" continental breakfasts, say no to store-bought canned peaches!
By: InnteractiveInns
Peach Scones and Palisade Peaches from Willow Pond Bed and Breakfast of Colorado
Peach Scones and Palisade Peaches from Willow Pond Bed and Breakfast of Colorado
May 28, 2013 - PRLog -- These innkeepers want to get fresh with you!


Innkeepers across the United States have had the backlash of those "Free Breakfasts" offered at chain hotels. We have a message we would like you to hear, and loud and clear "Just say No to those stinky continentals: make-your-own-waffle-service-station-bitter-coffee-freebie-breakfasts!"

Inns across America are proving fresh local produce to their guests, because we care!  

Typical B&B Amenities:

•Homemade breakfasts (served to you either in-room, dining room or porch)
• Comfortable surroundings, porches, gardens lots of common space for guests to innjoy
• Free WIFI
• Free Parking
• Free Games and Books
• Innside innformation on local events
• Central HVAC (compared to window units going on and off all night)
• Cable TV
• Complimentary snacks and drinks (no mini bar charges)
• No Slamming corridor room doors
• Centrally Located (not near interstates with traffic and exhaust fumes)
• Non smoking means non-smoking!
• Quiet and romantic
• Individually decorated
• Innkeepers on-site = safety and security (but no curfew, come and go at your leisure)
• Beautifully landscaped historic homes with ample scenic settings to relax

Please support small-family owned businesses, it all comes back to you.
Bed and Breakfasts are a Better Way to Stay!

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